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NOIAA delivers On-site Overhead Crane Safety to Halliburton S.A.S

The Halliburton Company founded in 1919, an American multinational corporation, is one of the world's largest oil field service companies, with operations in more than 80 countries. It owns hundreds of subsidiaries, affiliates, branches, brands, and divisions worldwide and employs approximately 70,000 people.

NOIAA International Safety Training Plc, A subsidiary of NOIAA Conglomerate, Inc. base in 6250 West Park Dr. (Suite 218) Houston, Texas 77057 USA, on the 06th of May 2017 delivered an on-site Overhead Crane Safety training to delegates of Halliburton S.A.S. Cameroon.

The relationship between these two companies started far back as in 2009. Apart from the Offshore BOSIET and HUET training contract signed in 2009, NOIAA also hold some onshore safety training contract with Halliburton S.A.S. worldwide.

“I have visited the newly built offshore training Centre of NOIAA International Safety Training Plc. in the south west region of Cameroon, which is about 75 kilometers away from Douala and believe me, l was so impressed after seeing their equipment’s for they are modern. l am very grateful for the investment done by this company, l can’t compare this training Centre with others. 
Honestly, speaking this is unbelievable, it bits my imagination to find such a modern training center in Africa. It’s so overwhelming”. Said the management of Halliburton SAS after visiting the NOIAA International Safety Training Plc. multipurpose Centre in 2009.

 It was during this visit that both parties got into partnership signing papers for NOIAA to be its number on/offshore safety trainer. Since then, it has been a very successful partnership between the two with NOIAA training more than 1000 staffs of Halliburton S.A.S.

 The theoretical part of the training (day 1) took place at the NOIAA’ s Africa Sales & Marketing office in Douala, while the practical phase took place onsite (day 02) at the Halliburton facilities along the Douala port area).

 Training was conducted by NOIAA’ s most highly profiled IT Engineer & Instructor Mr. Lucien Kamno who could breakdown the principles of moments to trainees to better understand when a crane is balanced.

About the Training

Countless companies in the manufacturing and construction industries rely on overhead cranes to lift and transport materials. When installed and used properly, these systems make operations easier and safer. But, overhead crane accidents cause severe injuries and fatalities every year. Preventing these disasters requires workers to recognize certain hazards that occur during operation and follow safety procedures to avoid them.

Some of these hazards include;

ELECTRICAL HAZARDS: A single contact with power lines can result in multiple deaths and injuries. Each year nearly 200 people die from power line contact and about three times as many are seriously injured. Most victims are guiding the load at the time of contact, but risks extend to everyone present at a job site.

OVERLOADING: According to OSHA,80% of all crane upsets and structural failures can be attributed to exceeding the crane’s operational capacity. When a crane is overloaded, it is subject to structural stresses that may cause irreversible damage. Swinging or sudden dropping of the load, using defective components, hoisting a load beyond capacity, dragging a load and side-loading a boom can all cause overloading.

MATERIALS FALLING: Statistics show that nearly 20 people died in 2012 as a result of accidents with overhead hoists. That’s because the loads being lifted by overhead hoists tend to be fairly heavy and cause serious damage if dropped. Slings and attachments that aren’t secured properly can be a major safety hazard, and when objects begin to slip, they will eventually crash to the floor below.


• Brakes Overview

• Crane Terminology

• Rigging Orientation

• Load Control Techniques

• Pre-Operational Inspections

• Crane Start Up & Shut Down

• Crane Movements & Controls

• Safety Regulations & Standards

• Preventative Maintenance & Procedures

• Overhead Crane Fundamentals & Overview



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